Leila scoffs at Artimes, but her fake smile fades at Ivy's words. "Wow. You were utterly wrong in almost all of that," she says, seeming disappointed. "I specialize in water-based plants, not vines. They're simply more convenient. I only did the puzzles because I felt so awkward turning down your card games. And as for you and Jacob, what does that have to do with me? Why did you include that as part of something you felt was important to the core of my being?" she asks. Leila turns her head, and the flower wilts and crumbles. "I really was just a side character, huh?" She shakes herself out of it and slips back on the professional mask. "Well, no longer. Here, I am important. Here, I am trusted." She moves to the next cell. "Charlie Rossi. Little damage."